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  • Ahmad Bashari

ACI Rankings for 2023 Show King Abdulaziz International Airport in the Top Spots

- Airports Council International (ACI) has named King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA) as one of the Middle East's most technologically advanced airports.

- According to the ACI, KAIA has the third-best air connectivity in the Middle East as of 2023.

- The primary goals of the Jeddah Airports Company, which manages KAIA, are expanding the airline network to more than 125 destinations, improving the infrastructure, and introducing cutting-edge equipment. They aim to have added 135 destinations by the end of 2024.

On May 22, 2024, Riyadh will King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA) is one of the Middle East's most technologically advanced airports in terms of its link to the aviation sector, according to Airports Council International (ACI).According to an assessment conducted in 2023 by the Airports Council International (ACI) in Riyadh, KAIA is the third-best airport in the Middle East for aviation connectivity.These results are an extension of the ongoing work being done by the Jeddah Airports Company to build the airport's infrastructure, use state-of-the-art technology, improve the quality of the services provided, and increase the number of domestic and international flight destinations to over 125.

The Jeddah Airports Company continues to fortify KAIA's position as a global hub airport and to offer a distinctive travel experience for all travelers, including tourists and visitors to the Grand Mosque of Makkah from all over the world, as part of its efforts to achieve the national strategic objectives of civil aviation outlined in the Saudi Vision 2030.

The airport has achieved a record growth in operations of more than 36%. A further objective of the airport is to reach 135 destinations by the end of 2024, a 6% increase over the 2023 total.The CEO of Jeddah Airports, Eng. Mazen Johar, meanwhile, announced that the company is committed to elevating service standards to meet the objectives of the National Transport and Logistics Strategy. This plan would help boost KAIA's operational effectiveness and passenger capacity to 114 million by 2030.

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